In Memory

Stanley Alan Faust

Army) Stanley A. Faust 

CINCINNATI - FAUST, Stanley A., age 79, passed away Monday, November 2, 2020, beloved father of Amy (Michael) Faust Mayer of Lexington, KY and Nicole (Michael) Faust Cohen of Villanova, PA, dear brother of Martin (Roz) Faust and the late Arthur Faust, loving grandfather of Elliott and Madison Mayer and Zachary and Sabrina Cohen. Private graveside services were held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the American Heart Association would be appreciated.

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11/12/20 07:18 AM #1    

Howard Lee Baum

It is very sad to hear about Stan's passing.  He was another of the many "great" persons in our class and we were friends for many years.    As we went through different life events - marraige, having children, changes in jobs, etc., we would connect and talk about what was going on with each of us.   He was always upbeat and enthusiastic about many things and that is always a positive thing to feel in a person.   May he rest in peace and my Sympathy goes to his Family.  

11/12/20 09:22 AM #2    

George Bryson

I'm really sad to hear about Stan.  When I moved from Calif to Cincinnati my freshman year Stan and I became friends   He was a special guy in Woodward .  Now that we are 79 you can only wish you could have spent more time with the people you cared for when you were young.  I will miss Stan ! I hate to see a red rose next to his name.  Please, everyone take care of yourselves. No more red roses!  I've cried enough this year.  Rest In Peace Stanley.   You were a great man and wonderful classmate.   Bryson

11/12/20 10:38 AM #3    

Gerald Benjamin

We first heard of Stan's passing from Ken and Meryl Rubin in Cincinnati. Ken, although not in our class, was good friends with Stan. I remember Stan as one of the nicest and polite guys around. Still have an appraisal he did on our jewelry. My Condolences to his family.

11/12/20 11:41 AM #4    

Robert J. Silverman

Stan was a dear friend with a terrific sense of humor and a captivating laugh. Always kind, warm and considerate, Stan was always a pleasure and fun to be with.  I hadn't been in touch with Stan for several years and am so sad to learn of his passing. May Stan's memory be a blessing!

11/12/20 03:15 PM #5    

Sterling L. Williams

It is so sad that we lost another of the really nice people.  Stan was always the same 😔

11/12/20 05:05 PM #6    

David H. Greene

STAN and I were neighbors at colonial village when we went to Roselawn elementaryand we became very close friends.. we continued our friendship through high schooland then lost touch soon after. He was one of the good guys and always a smile for you. I'm deeply saddened by his passing and I'll miss him greatly. RIP Stan     Dave Greene

11/13/20 11:12 PM #7    

Charles M. Campbell

I remember Stan from Roselawn School and playing Knothole baseball with him. Stan was always a nice guy and a very good ball player. 

11/16/20 06:26 AM #8    

Sandra Davis (Berg)

Stanley was the first boy I ever kissed. We were in Mrs. McHenry’s 5th grade class at Roselawn School in 1951-52, when we attended a party in Hatsie Litch's basement in Roselawn and played spin the bottle. It was my turn to spin the bottle and, to my delight, it landed on Stanley.

I remember that party so well because it was a party of FIRSTs. It was my first boy/girl party; I was wearing my first party dress - a lovely dark blue/green raw silk two-piece dress with a big skirt and a very full crinoline petticoat - my first pair of mesh stockings; and the first day of my first period.

Rest in peace, dear Stanley.

11/17/20 10:18 AM #9    

Carolyn Taylor (Apel)

So sad to hear about Stan!  I never really knew him as a close friend when we were in school, but over the past 20 years, have come to know him through his jewelry appraisal business.  Used him years ago after my mother died, and ever since then have come across him in a variety of places.  The last was about a year ago, when he was part of a group of advisors at a Senior Seminar sponsored by the Blue Ash Y.  We had a chance to catch up and visit after the meeting.  Prayers for all his family!

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